Lithic’s Monolith Collection is characterised by strength, form, and an homage to timeless, sculptural style.
Classic colours meet meandering vein cut lines; rough-hewn stone is softened by tumbled edges.
The Monolith Collection spans 3 diverse continents. Limestones from Italy and Spain lend modernity whilst rustic Travertines from Peru, Iran, and Türkiye add a raw and classicist touch. It is this simple yet surprising dichotomy of ancient and modern that gives this collection its warmth and vibrance within a rustic but gentle palette.
Form. Strength. Balance.
The dichotomy of this collection is further expressed in its combination of dark and light; earth brown limestones from Italy contrasted with creamy white travertines from Peru. The gentle elegance of Spanish limestones are offset by authentic Italian porphyry- the quintessence of strength and balance.
Pairing these characteristics with a history of enduring form strikes a perfect balance between durability and style.
Our range has been hand selected for the highest quality. Our premium natural stone products allow you to find the perfect option for your needs, whether you’re looking for a specific colour to complement your kitchen, or a particular size or shape of pavers for your patio.
Our high-quality products ensure that your natural stone will be durable and long-lasting. We source only from the most reputable quarries around the world and ensure our products are ethically and sustainably harvested.
Fully Customised Options
Normally reserved for designers and architects, we will help create unique, personalised products that meet your specific needs and preferences by offering the ability to fully customise your natural stone by sourcing whatever finish, size, or shape is needed for your project.
Our knowledgeable staff can provide expert advice on the best natural stone products for your project, as well as help with advice on installation and maintenance. Enjoy the peace of mind and satisfaction that comes with working alongside Lithic.
"All art is but imitation of nature." - Seneca
Omnis are naturae imitatio est.